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Re: [Debian/buster] Problems after Upgrade 4:5.13.1-1 to 4:5.13.4-1

On Mon, Aug 27, 2018 at 10:41 AM, Luigi Toscano
<luigi.toscano@tiscali.it> wrote:
> Sedat Dilek ha scritto:
>> Hi,
>> my "quick-starter" is gone - the panel with the mini-programs like
>> network-manager, discover (showing upgradable packages) etc.
>> Trying to re-add the "quick-starter" (German "Schnell-Starter") via
>> "add mini-programs" fails.
>> Adding a different mini-program like "memoory status" (German
>> Speicherstatus) is OK.
>> Is there a known issue with that?
>> Any workarounds you know?
> As I wrote on https://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=397875#c6 :
> The issue seems to come from the missing update of Frameworks packages in
> testing.
> Only few packages from Frameworks 5.49 migrated to testing, and the vast
> majority of them are still version 5.47, but the newer version of Plasma was
> built against Frameworks 5.49. Just update all Frameworks 5.47 packages to
> the unstable version (5.49) and Plasma should work again.
> The bug should solve itself when all the packages migrate. Packagers should
> ensure that the migration of Frameworks happens all at the same time, and it
> blocks the dependent packages.

What is your ad-wi*s*e for upgrading?
Wait for the new packages as you wrote in the above comment is your

Do I need to upgrade all v5.47.0 packages to v5.49.0?
is it enough to do only for plasma-framework package?

root@iniza# apt-get install plasma-framework -t unstable

Thanks in advance.

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